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What's a Cabin Crawl?

A cabin crawl is when a bunch of cruisers pick a time to visit each others cabins. Some people do them to get to see a variety of stateroom types (suites, balconies, insides, etc.). Some people do them to get to sample a variety of beverages that folks might have brought on board. Who says you can't pack a blender? smiley

They're often done during sea days, but pick any time. Announce a place and time for everyone to meet. It helps if someone coordinating the event schedules an order in which to visit the cabins (and brings the list with them!). Then just follow the leader from one cabin to another.

 

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